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Study: Stricter management of e-waste could create up to 42,000 U.S. jobs
WASHINGTON -- Up to 42,000 direct and indirect new jobs could be created if more electronic waste were processed by U.S. recyclers instead of being landfilled or sent overseas, a study commissioned by the Coalition for American Electronics Recycling found.
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